This has got to be one of my favorite color combinations– rust and plum! Sometimes outfit ideas just come to me in the morning and other days I’m changing my clothing upwards of five times before I head out the door. Luckily today was a good day. I threw on my rust-colored jeans and Brandy Melville tank, but it felt a little plain so I added my Urban Outfitters blazer. The rust and plum colors looked great together and this outfit quickly became one of my favorites to date.
Though I didn’t have my internship today, this outfit would be perfect because it’s equal parts dressy and casual. Once the blazer comes off, it’s just your everyday outfit!
I’ve also been getting into headbands and head wraps lately and this one from Free People is the one I wear most often! It is essentially a sheer fabric wrapped around a wire. The wire makes it easy to shape and tie so it won’t come off!! Hair accessories like this are great when you’re having a bad hair day — as I was today! It was humid outside and my hair was just going everywhere and getting all poofy. The headband helps keep everything in place and makes me look more presentable. Cheers to that!
Blazer — Urban Outfitters
Top — Brandy Melville (similar here)
Jeans — PacSun
Boots — Jeffrey Campbell via Urban Outfitters
Purse — Free People
Necklace — Sundance
Headband — Free People
This color just pops — and rightfully so since this shade of orange is called poppy! Just like a field full of the namesake flowers, it’s hard to go unnoticed in this bright hue!
This outfit is from one of my favorite brands — one that I mention all too often — the Reformation. There were three colors available and my gut initially told me to get the black because that color goes with everything! But sometimes it’s necessary to step outside of your comfort zone and dare to be bold. That’s why I chose the poppy ensemble. The color is absolutely stunning in person and so different from anything else I own. While the two pieces look great together, they look equally as gorgeous when worn as separates! It’s like getting three outfits in one.
It’s also important to note that the material is very thick which makes it easy to wear without a bra and that’s always a plus!
Two Piece — Reformation
Boots — Qupid via PacSun
Watch — Vintage
Poppy pictures courtesy of Wikipedia